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Day-by-day the world grapples with the desire to re-open, and the benefits that would come with doing so, while trying to balance and understand the sheer magnitude of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic and the lethal risks that still exist. 

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Take a walk through Collegetown on any random summer evening and you’ll quickly spot noticeable changes to the usual scene: barren streets, OPEN store signs turned to CLOSED. Nowadays, the streets are quiet, cast in a lonely neon, but for a few weeks between the hours of 9 p.m. and 1 a.m., t…

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As Cornell University moves ahead with its plan to have a mix of in-person and virtual instruction in the Fall, a survey conducted by several graduate and professional students found that the majority of their peers were concerned about their “personal health and safety as a student and memb…

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The series of Truth and Justice rallies held on Sundays over the last 10 weeks in downtown Ithaca has been a rare example of successful persistence by organizers and attendees, both of whom have faithfully shown up over that time period to call for defunding the Ithaca Police Department, dem…

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Governor Andrew Cuomo made his weekly Tuesday announcement of three new states that qualify for the quarantine list, which means people who spend more than 24 hours in those places must quarantine for 14 days upon arrival in New York. 

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In an effort to proactively document the overall tumult of 2020, the History Center in Tompkins County has entered a new era of collection in which the center initiates donation calls in the midst of historic moments as opposed to waiting for the moments to conclude.

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The Ithaca Police Department has reported three armed robbery incidents of businesses over the weekend, with one man in custody. It is unclear how many of the incidents the man who was arrested is responsible for.